Current Mass & Funeral Schedule

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Current Mass & Funeral Schedule

 

 

Mass Times

Mass Schedule

Weekend Liturgies:
Saturday Vigil (English): 5:30pm
Saturday Vigil (Spanish): 7:00pm
Sunday Liturgies: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am & 12:15pm

Weekday Liturgies:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 8 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Daily Mass
Wednesday 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Saturday - 8 a.m. Daily Mass

Confessions:
Monday - Friday: 20 minutes before Daily Masses
Saturday: 4:15-5:15pm or by appointment with one of the priests.

Office Hours

Church Office Hours:
7:30am - 4:00pm (Mon. - Fri.)

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Saint of the Day

St. Fabian: Saint of the Day for Sunday, January 20, 2019

Eusebius, born just a few years after Fabian's death, tells us how Fabian came to Rome after Pope Anteros died in 236. A layperson, and not a very ...

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St. Fillan: Saint of the Day for Saturday, January 19, 2019

Fillan, son of Feriach and St. Kentigerna, was also known as Foelan. He became a monk in his youth and accompanied his mother from Ireland to ...

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St. Volusian: Saint of the Day for Friday, January 18, 2019

Bishop of Tours, France. A senator at Tours, he was initially married, supposedly to a most unpleasant wife. Named bishop of the city in 488, he was ...

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News from the Vatican

US: Chair of USCCB Pro-Life Committee Asks for Prayers to end Abortion

'Protecting the life of the unborn children is the pre-eminent human rights issue of our time, not only because of the sheer magnitude of the numbers but because abortion attacks the sanctuary of life, the family.'

The post US: Chair of USCCB Pro-Life Committee Asks for Prayers to end Abortion appeared first on ZENIT - English.

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Colombia: Bishops Deplore Terrorism and Violence

In Wake of Bombing at National Police School

The post Colombia: Bishops Deplore Terrorism and Violence appeared first on ZENIT - English.

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Central African Bishops Charge UN Not Protecting Civilians

Note Breakdown of May Civil and Military Functions

The post Central African Bishops Charge UN Not Protecting Civilians appeared first on ZENIT - English.

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Catholic News Service

Marchers urged to stand strong, fight for life with 'compassion, hope'

IMAGE: CNS photo/Tyler OrsburnBy Julie AsherWASHINGTON (CNS) -- Those who stand up for the dignity of life in all its stages and want to see this respect for all life enshrined once again in U.S. law have a friend in the Pence family and the Trump administration, Vice President Mike Pence told the March for Life crowd on the National Mall Jan. 18.

Pence and second lady Karen Pence were a surprise addition to the roster of speakers at the rally, and after his remarks, the vice president introduced a videotaped message by President Donald Trump, which also was unexpected.

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Youth at Mass for Life thanked for offering sign of hope for the future

IMAGE: CNS photo/Gregory A. ShemitzBy Mark ZimmermannWASHINGTON (CNS) -- They came from near and far, and even from Down Under, united in prayer and in standing together for life at the Archdiocese of Washington's annual Youth Rally and Mass for Life, held Jan. 18 at the Capital One Arena in Washington.

The estimated crowd of 18,000 came from the Washington area and from across the country and were joined by young adults from Sydney on their way to World Youth Day in Panama.

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Report says accurate number of children separated at border is unknown

IMAGE: CNS photo/Leah Millis, ReutersBy WASHINGTON (CNS) -- A report published Jan. 17 says the number of immigrant children separated from their parents at the border last year is unknown and the number given out by government officials at the end of 2018, saying that 2,737 children were separated, is not accurate. The number may be much higher.

The separations officially reported were those that took place between July and November 2018, when then-U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced what he called a zero tolerance policy, which meant that undocumented migrant parents caught crossing the border with their children would risk being separated from them. After some lawsuits were filed and much public outcry, the policy was reversed.

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